Articles From : Joan the Dog Coach
No matter your summertime plans for Memorial Day, Fourth of July, or Labor Day, these top tips can help your dog be a perfect guest – or host.
There are many things you can do to make training your inquisitive canine easier, including consistency, expectations, and environment.
Would you like to learn how to encourage your dog to work with you wherever you happen to be? Then, one of the most important concepts you can remember is that of generalization.
Are you and your inquisitive canine ready to take your dog training to the next level? Keep reading for tips to make your pooch the best on the block.
Planning ahead before bringing a new puppy or adult dog into your home can help ease the transition and reduce stress — for everyone, including the dog.
“Oh! What a cute little doggy…Let’s bring him home!” So, you’re thinking about adding a cuddly puppy or snuggly adult pooch to your family.
the holiday season is a time for family, friends and hopefully, some pet-friendly celebrations too. Here are some tips to keep your pet happy during the holidays.
With the holiday season fast approaching, we want to share some tips to help you help your dog be a courteous guest.
Halloween can be a little tricky for pets, but with a little advanced preparation, we can make it a real treat for our dogs!
Walking together is one of the most basic activities dogs and the people who love them do together, so here are tips to help you and your dog harness an easy, enjoyable, walking experience.
Joan the Dog Coach provides tips on how to pick a safe dog trainer in an unregulated industry.
Joan the Dog Coach is back with the second part discussion of the pros and cons of three training philosophies.
Pet parents, what’s your training style? Let's take a closer look at three dog training philosophies and their pros and cons.